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Discussion: Jimmy Carter & Elliott Abrams - The obstacles to a two-state solution

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<h3 class="post-title subpt"></h3><div class="quoteblock"><div class="quotetext"></div></div><p>Following The Elders's visit to the Middle East in August, President Carter wrote in The Washington Post about the obstacle posed to a two-state solution by Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Elliott Abrams, a senior fellow for Middle Eastern Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations who served as a deputy national security adviser in the George W. Bush administration, contested his viewpoint.</p>
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<p><a href="http://theelders.org/media/news/elders-view-middle-east">The Elders' view of the Middle East</a><br />
By Jimmy Carter - The Washington Post September 6 2009</p>
<p><a href="http://theelders.org/media/news/what-carter-missed-middle-east">What Carter missed in the Middle East</a><br />
By Elliott Abrams - The Washington Post September 8, 2009</p>
<p><a href="http://theelders.org/media/news/genuine-effort-peace">A genuine effort for peace</a><br />
By Jimmy Carter - The Washington Post September 8 2009</p>
<p><a href="http://theelders.org/media/news/terrorism-prevents-palestinian-state">T… prevents Palestinian state</a><br />
By Elliott Abrams - The Washington Post September 8, 2009</p>

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